Whether you’ve been charged with a misdemeanor or felony criminal violation, no one in the State of Texas that will go the extra mile like Aaronson and Norris. We do our best to represent your final opportunity to have a “guilty” verdict overturned. An individual who has been found guilty of a criminal charge may suffer from serious disappointment. An experienced Texas criminal defense lawyer knows that not everyone who is convicted of a crime is in fact guilty. (Some cases even had procedural flaws and still resulted in a guilty verdict.)
If you have been arrested for or have been charged with a crime and are dealing with state or federal law enforcement, you’ve got a lot at stake. You want the strongest possible defense from a criminal defense attorney who knows what he’s doing. I have taken more than 400 cases to jury trial on every crime from murder to child molestation. There is virtually no crime I haven’t handled at some point in my career. That’s the kind of experience you need on your side in court.